Agent Orange Strain Specifications
Type: 80% Sativa / 20% Indica
Genetics Parents: Orange Velvet x Jack the Ripper
Flowering Period: 10 weeks
Climate: wet and humid areas
Yield: 600g to 800g
Flavors: floral, sweet, spicy, orange, lemon
THC Level: 19%
CBD Level: 0.21%
Harvest Period: September to October
Growing Difficulty: easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Agent Orange
Agent Orange marijuana offers a fruity scent profile that is obviously dominated by aromas of orange. Smoking this weed gives a tropical experience that offers the palates of its users a raw combination of oranges and lemons with a sting like that of a liquor’s. It leaves a sweet orange aftertaste that one can enjoy as it lingers in the mouth. Smokers must ready with them enjoyable munchies as smoking this strain induces hunger.
Cannabis fans love this strain because of its energetic high that is perfect for social activities and get-togethers. The feeling of euphoria and happiness from smoking this strain may be coupled with a mild numbing of the body. This strain is suitable for smokers who are looking for a high to get their trips done as the surge of energy it brings wears off in about 20 to 40 minutes after its onset.
The notable effects of smoking the Agent Orange strain include the energetic feeling of upliftment and relaxation. Users may find themselves more talkative and sociable than usual.
What are the Medical Benefits of Agent Orange
Agent Orange marijuana is not just famous for its recreational use. It has also contributed many good things in the medical marijuana community. It has been reported to contain anxiolytic effects perfect for relieving the symptoms associated with stress, anxiety and depression. Although it has been widely known to help patients manage their frequent slight pains, it is not recommended to smoke this to alleviate anything more than minor aches and pains. Because of its relaxation effects, smoking this strain has been found to be beneficial to patients suffering from chronic migraines and fatigue.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Agent Orange
Agent Orange, just like any other good stuff in the world, is not to be consumed excessively. Irresponsible usage of this weed can result in significant fluid loss. And consequently, it almost always leads to dry mouth and dry eyes as well. Users who experience this adverse condition are advised to drink lots of fluids to mitigate their discomfort. Some users have even complained of experiencing dizziness after several smokes. In rare occasions, there have also been records of smokers who felt paranoid and anxious.
How to Grow Agent Orange
Agent Orange strain is a versatile plant which can thrive both indoors and out. It is good to note that while the Agent Orange marijuana strain is capable of reaching 10 feet when grown out in the open air, it is recommended to be grown indoors. When growing indoors, it is advisable to top them early. This plant loves to be grown either in soil or hydro. Although it blooms after about 10 weeks, its harvests are pretty abundant which makes all the wait satisfactory.
When grown outdoors, its blooming season is between September and October. It is recommended to prune the plants in order to yield a good amount of medium-sized buds, for larger flowers are more susceptible to molds.